A BBC presenter, born to Nigerian parents, Ore Oduba, and his partner, Joanne Clifton, have lifted the glitterball trophy and been crowned champions in the final of Strictly Come Dancing.
The BBC sports presenter beat finalists Danny Mac and Louise Redknapp to win the 2016 series.
Fifteen contestants had started the competition, with Oduba calling his eventual victory “the most incredible experience of my life”.
It was a grand final crammed with top-scoring dances from all three contestants.
Oduba and Clifton scored the first 40 of the final and topped the leaderboard, with the two other couples taking joint second.
But the final decision was down to voters at home.
Following Oduba’s final dance – a reprise of week four’s jive which earned him straight 10s – Goodman called him “the spirit of Strictly”, as someone who had entered the series “with no dance background at all”.
A tearful Oduba described the win as “the most incredible experience of my life”.
His partner, Clifton, said: “You’ve become a dancer. You’re a dancer.”
During the live final, each couple performed three dances – their favourite of the series, a showdance and a third dance chosen by the judges.
The Hollyoaks star, Danny Mac, has consistently scored well on the series.
Judge Bruno Tonioli called Mac’s top-scoring samba “one for the history books”, adding that “it will never be forgotten”.
Former Eternal singer Redknapp had been the “most consistent dancer”, according to Goodman.